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The following civil cases were filed recently in Clark Circuit Court. — Discover Bank vs. Keith Allen Horn and Deanna Horn, seeking $6,413.41 plus interest for debt. — Asset Acceptance vs. Timothy R. Wallace, seeking $8,471.15 plus...
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Tags: Mazda, SUVs and Crossovers, Ford, Kentucky, Passenger Cars
There’s talk in Washington about the new Republican House majority shutting down the federal government, as a similar group of freshmen did in 1995. In a discussion Wednesday on Politico.com, conservative activist Richard Viguerie is telling the...
We are a great nation, and “we do big things,” President Barack Obama said in his State of the Union address Tuesday night. While his speech didn’t match the eloquence of John F. Kennedy or Ronald Reagan, his message was the same as...
Charged — Bessie Barton, 18, of Lexington, was charged Saturday with theft by unlawful taking. — Christopher M. Bell, 19, of 257 S. Highland St., was charged Friday with third-degree burglary. — Florencio Alexander Espinosa, 19, of 155...
Tags: Prosecution, Crimes, Theft, Criminals, Crime, Law and Justice
Contributing columnistFar too many students drop out of high school when they reach the legal age. Some say that age should be raised in the hope that a percentage of those deprived of freelancing, in a world that demands expertise and academic attainment, will have a better...
Tags: Human Interest, Edward Clark, Periodicals, Education, Schools
The tragedy in Tucson has unleashed an absurdly hypocritical spectacle: Hyper-partisan pols, cable TV screaming heads and the blogosphere’s ideological flamethrowers, all decrying political vitriol. As a classmate of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords in a...
Contributing columnistUpon receipt of the most recent edition of the AARP Bulletin it was impossible to ignore its Databank U.S.A. feature on State Deficits (their caps in all cases). With one quick glance it becomes profoundly apparent that our state houses have been...
Talk of ‘death panels’ is vitriolic nonsense Dear Editor: Well, since The Winchester Sun asked its readers what we think about their new columnist—Leland Conway—I had to respond. In the second paragraph of his column detailing...
The Winchester SunJordan Martin is a singer, a seamstress, a student and this weekend, she will attempt to add Kentucky’s Junior Miss to her resume. “It just really makes you feel fulfilled,” Martin said of representing her home county. Martin...
SPRINGFIELD — A Harrodsbug man was injured Friday night when he lost control of his car and struck a tree in Washington County, Kentucky State Police said. David McCullough, 53, was transported to the University of Kentucky Medical Center...
Real faces of coal? Something rang a bell with me as I read the letter to the editor by John Enyart. “FACES of Coal” sounded so familiar. Oh, yes, “The Rachel Maddow Show” had recently accused the organization “FACES of...
Tags: Human Interest, Mining, Angela Carter, Politics, Coal
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